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Inner Calm

This month’s feature story, “Dial Down Stress: How to Stay Calm and Cool”, by Lisa Marshall got me thinking a bit about how I deal with anxiousness.
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Detox Naturally for a Fresh Start

The new year offers a chance to begin a healthier, more natural way of living that begins with naturally detoxing through nutrition and lifestyle changes.

Child Anxiety

School, Home and Social Situations
Anxiety can affect children’s everyday lives during some of the most developmental years, which can leave lasting impacts as he or she grows into an adult.

Advice on Nutraceuticals from Gary Kracoff

Gary Kracoff, a registered pharmacist and naturopathic doctor at Johnson Compounding & Wellness, in Waltham, prefers to recommend nutraceuticals and medical foods as part of a patient’s treatment plan.
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Eat Wheat Again

Eight Ways to Restore Gut Health
For the three in four Americans that suffer digestive distress, straightforward strategies—including eating whole wheat and grains—will rekindle normal digestive function and even restore full liver and gall bladder function.

Expect a Miracle

Five Ways to Manifest Our Desires
The miraculous enters our everyday lives when we are grateful, proactive, adventurous, generous and intuitive.

Harold Koeing on Why Science Finds Faith a Healthy Choice

People that have a strong faith enjoy better social, physical and mental health and possess a firm foundation to lean on in times of crisis, says the bestselling author.

Dial Down Stress

How to Stay Calm and Cool
In these anxiety-inducing times, eating a gut-healthy diet, exercising at the right intensity, and practicing mindfulness can keep illness at bay.
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Lutein in Greens and Eggs Slows Cognitive Aging

Foods for Thought

10 Daily Produce Servings Prevent Early Death

Double-Up on Fruits and Vegetables

Aerobics Keep the Brain Young

Exercise Protects the Mind

Red Wine Less Toxic Than White

Connection to Skin Cancer Found

Generosity Cheers Mind, Body and Spirit

Altruistic Acts Activate Happiness Neurons in the Brain

Sugar Linked to Depression

Connection to Mental Disorders

Local experts to support you in leading a healthy, balanced lifestyle.

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Metrowest Thermal Imaging is Growing

Metrowest Thermal Imaging announces the acquisition of several of InsideOut Thermographys’ mobile sites.

Six-Month Women’s Empowerment Program Begins this Month

An introduction to the program, Set Your Life in Motion, a six-month inner empowerment journey for women, will take place from 6 to 8 p.m., January 9.

SYMMETRY Neuro-Pathway Training Launches New Program

SYMMETRY Neuro-Pathway Training, formerly BrainCore USA, launches a more efficient and cost-effective Neuro-PT software program.

Women’s Weekend Retreat Invites Joy In

On March 24 and 25, Julie McGrath of The Joy Source will host the 8th annual Women’s Getaway Weekend, at Ashworth- by-the-Sea, in Hampton, New Hampshire.

An Owner’s Manual for a Fulfilling Life

On January 1, Kelly McCormack is releasing the first of a three-book series that is designed to help us gain competence and grow immensely, both personally and professionally.

Second Edition of Boston Public Market Seasonal Cookbook Now Available

The colorful paperback book serves as a guide to seasonal cooking, helping readers to eat more local, more often, using fresh food grown and produced throughout New England.

Natural Awakenings Family of Franchises Keeps Growing

Natural Awakenings Publishing Corp. (NAPC) welcomed two new publishers to a recent training session at the corporate headquarters in Naples, Florida.

Massachusetts State of Solar Event

Explore current trends in the solar industry and theories for its future in Massachusetts.
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Veggie Doctors

Cardiologists Urge Plant-Based Hospital Meals

Meatless Millennials

Young Vegetarians Worry Meat Industry

Eco Pesticide

Safer Product Controls Citrus Pests

Wellness Works

Corporate Programs Boost Health and Bottom Line

Recycling Crusade

San Francisco Moves Toward Zero Waste

Crackdown Needed

Glyphosate Found in Breakfast Foods
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